Design student reimagines the mundane noises that shape our days as an ever-changing, personalized soundtrack to our lives.

What would the soundtrack of your day-to-day life sound like? Sounds of a subway train screeching to a halt, a baby crying, or the whir of a food processor? Tokyo-based design student Jun Fujiwara’s the Re: Sound Bottle captures everyday noises, remixing the various sounds into a different song every time the bottle is opened. The one-off concept hides a recording device within an opaque bottle; the recording device is turned ‘on’ and ‘off’ when the cork of the bottle is removed or capped.

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